Division of Geosciences and Environmental Engineering

The Division of Geosciences and Environmental Engineering (GEE) consists of the research disciplines Applied Geology, Exploration Geophysics, Ore Geology and Waste Science and Technology.

Our research and education cover formation of ores and other mineral resources, methods to find ores and other mineral resources and sustainable management of mone waste. Water and environmental issues and sustainable management of yhe societ´s flows of waste and residues are also important.

The number of employees is approximately 55

Research centers / big research: Hjalmar Lundbom Research Center, HLRC, Centre of Advanced Mining and Metallurgy, Camm - Also involving other Divisions.

Article, review/survey
Otsuki. A, De La Mensbruge. L, King. A, Serranti. S, Fiore. L, Bonifazi. G
Part of: Waste Management
Part of: Sweden: Lithotectonic framework, tectonic evolution and mineral resources
Environmental Science and Pollution Research
Part of: Abstracts and Proceedings of the Geological Society of Norway, s. 179-180, Norsk Geologisk Forening, 2020
Article in journal
Juanatey. M, Hübert. J, Tryggvason. A, Juhlin. C, Pedersen. L, Bauer. T, et al.
Tectonophysics, Vol. 764, s. 124-138
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